crystal ball, of course
It is indeed and unfair fight. Women can see into a mans minds and heart, rummage around and use, whatever they find in there, for their benefit. We men can’t get past their make-up. sigh!
What passes for women’s intuition is more often than not men’s transparency.
She knows her man well.
I love going to the store instead of my wife. When I get to, anyway. That’s when I can buy the stuff I want or need!
Probably getting a little help from Vickie.
It’s going to be either cereal or comic books. Jimbo’s a simple man.
Poor Jimbo! He wanted the “right” cereal.
We good at that, especially when the man is well known to us ; )
If it is BOGOF this week he had better get it now.
She just knows you.
ADHD me could probably use a grocery store guide like Rose.
Maybe he should leave his phone in the car.
I go to the store with a shopping list, and manage to pick up way more stuff that isn’t on the list, and forget the one main thing on my list that I go for!
Being old, I now stick to healthy organic cereals, but I do miss the joys of colorful cardboard boxes with cheerful anthropomorphic spokes-entities, sweet crunchy cereal and a plastic toy surprise inside, cardboard cut outs on the back and the option to mail in the boxtop for something to look forward to arriving in the mail. Ah! the 1970s/1980s, the Golden Age of Breakfast Cereal.